A Rolla murder case that questions the extent of the Miranda warning will be heard by the United States Supreme Court in this fall term. It’s the case of Patrice Seibert, who made incriminating statements before Rolla police told her she had the right to remain silent. Court records show the questioning officer in the case was told not to give Siebert her Miranda rights in a first round of questioning. The State Supreme Court has reversed her conviction because of that. She’d been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of a teenager in a fire at her mobile home.